Galco Pocket Protector Holster Review

Galco Pocket Protector Pocket Holster This model from Galco has the traditional ‘hook’ you see in any respectable pocket holster. This additional curve with the leather on the Pocket Protector allows you to draw the firearm with the holster remaining in the pocket. This is one of the few benefits of this holster. The material is suspected to be split leather, which though extremely cheap and susceptible to quick destruction, minimizes the “printing” on the outside of the pants. There is a beginning of a reinforced throat, however it does not continue throughout. This makes this flimsy holster much more difficult to re-holster. The Pocket Protector is priced at $20. Although reasonable, you will be disappointed how much more...

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Bulldog Pocket Holster Review

Bulldog Pocket Holster The Bulldog holster is a unique, hand made holster capable of holding a host of small semi automatic pistols. The holster is rather narrow, which is a benefit to those with small pockets. For those with larger pockets, this means the holster-and gun- may move around more than you are comfortable with. For $20, the Bulldog Pocket Holster is likely the cheapest real leather holster out there, and much better than a nylon alternative. Here is an Amazon link to the Bulldog Pocket Holster for your convenience. Made for the following models: Small automatics including LCP,Bersa .380,Sig 230, Walther...

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Talon Wallet Pocket Holster

Talon Wallet Holster The Talon Wallet holster boasts a thick and durable leather formed to be mistaken as a wallet. This author would prefer his firearm not to print at all, prefers to keep his firearm out of the reach of pickpockets, and is not keen on sitting on his firearms. By placing the firearm in a back pocket, the individual opens himself up to these risks. When placed in the front pocket, the Talon Wallet Holster does not conform to the leg, forcing an obvious print through the pants fabric. In addition, the backing prevents an easy grasp on the handle of the firearm. Although this author tries to remain impartial and objective, he can not endorse this...

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